About Me

Hi, I'm Alex, a seasoned composer from Hamburg with almost 20 years of experience in the trailer music and video game industry. I moved to Los Angeles in 1998 to study music, and in 2005, I began my trailer music career with Dynamedion.

Since then, I've worked with notable companies like Two Steps from Hell, Epic Score, and Liquid Cinema, contributing to trailers for films such as Pacific Rim and Sherlock Holmes, and over 60 TV shows globally.In the video game sector, I've composed for titles like CHORUS, Company of Heroes 3, Crysis 2, Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe, and The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance.

My collaborations extend to industry talents like Mick Gordon and Trevor Morris, and I've created tracks for almost every leading sample library company. My diverse portfolio reflects a deep commitment to the art of music composition in various entertainment mediums.

In recent years, I've expanded into music education, with over 1000 students signing up for my courses. In 2023, I founded the Audio Artist Rise Program, dedicated to helping composers find work in the audio industry.


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Alex Pfeffer
Buchwaldstieg 10
22149 Hamburg

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Phone: +49 1511 946 07 87
E-Mail: alex@alexpfeffer.co


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Alex Pfeffer
Buchwaldstieg 10
22149 Hamburg


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